Railcar and Coworkers Get Together Over Deadstock Cone Mills Denim
If you follow Railcar on Instagram, you’ll see Steven Dang and his cohorts regularly working their fingers to the bone to bring their fine goods to the table. And one product to come out of their Monrovia workshop of endlessly chattering Singer sewing machines is this special edition pair of jeans made in collaboration with Korean denim-retailer, Mode Man, as part of their exclusive Coworkers Series.
These five-pocket jeans are cut from rolls of deep-indigo deadstock Cone Mills denim, which features a plain selvedge line and weighs in at 12.5oz. Coming in a slim-tapered silhouette with a narrow hem-opening, they’re constructed with a triple-stitched rear yolk, chainstitched hems, and a flat-felled inseam that uses tonal indigo thread. Each pair is made in the U.S.A and finished with branded donut buttons, dual-branded printed pocket bags, and a special edition waist patch made from thick, vegetable-tanned leather.
Available for $208 at Mode Man.